Printemps de la Cardiologie
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29-30 Octobre, 2020
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Programme

29 Octobre 2020


09:00 - 09:40
Conférence

Avec le soutien de Mylan Medical

Ouverture du Congrès - Conférence inaugurale
Claire Arnaud, Grenoble, FR - CR
Jean-Sébastien Hulot, Paris, FR - Professeur
Nathan Mewton, Lyon, FR - PU-PH
Nathalie Rosenblatt-Velin, Lausanne, CH
Gilles Barone-Rochette, Grenoble, FR
   
 

Immuno-inflammation et athérosclérose : nouvelles approches thérapeutiques

François Mach, Genève, CH
 

Discussion

09:45 - 10:30
Table ronde
Modèles expérimentaux pour l'analyse des troubles du rythmeRythmologie
Grégoire Vandecasteele, Châtenay-Malabry, FR
   
 

Apport des modèles animaux non conventionnels en rythmologie

Fabien Brette, Bordeaux, FR
 

Le modèle murin comme modèle d'étude des troubles du rythme in vivo

Jérôme Thireau, Montpellier, FR
 

Regional repolarization shortening is more arrhythmogenic than regional conduction slowing in an ex vivo porcine experimental model

Estelle Renard, Bordeaux
 

Modelling DMD associated dilated cardiomyopathy using patient-specific iPS-derived cardiomyocytes.

Monia Souidi, Montpellier
 

Identification by Whole Genome Sequencing of a New Gene Causing Hereditary Sinus Node and Atrioventricular Conduction Dysfunction

Xavier Le Guillou, Nantes
 

Discussion

09:45 - 10:30
Table ronde
Dysfonction vasculaire périphériqueVaisseaux
Stéphane Germain, Paris, FR
   
 

Vascularisation de la rétine : un marqueur de la microcirculation coronaire

Charles Guenancia, Dijon, FR
 

Vésicules extracellulaires et protection endothéliale

Carmen Martinez, Angers, FR
 

Determinants of capillary leakage during severe cardiogenic shock

Emmanuelle Guérin, Paris
 

Non-nutritive sweetener sucralose chronic consumption is able to reduce the deleterious effect of high-fat diet on body composition, glucose metabolism and vascular function in C57BL/6JR mice

Sydney Risdon, Avignon
 

Laser speckle contrast imaging as a better tool to access the cutaneous microcirculation: reproducibility and comparison to laser doppler imaging in animal models.

Axel Couturier, La Tronche
 

Discussion

09:45 - 10:30
Table ronde
C½ur et hypoxieCoeur-Insuffisance Cardiaque
Elise Belaidi, Grenoble, FR
   
 

Cœur et réponse différentielle à l’hypoxie : adaptation vs maladaptation

Samuel Verges, Grenoble, FR
 

Hypoxie, statut redox et régénération cardiomyocytaire

Bertrand Friguet, Paris, FR
 

Ischemic stroke location, sleep disordered breathing and sleep: intermediate analysis of an observational prospective cohort

Sarah Alexandre, Grenoble
 

MicroRNA 21 and hypoxia inducible factor 1 orchestrate the deleterious effects of B lymphocytes on cardiac function after acute myocardial infarction

Yanyi Sun, Paris
 

Discussion

09:45 - 10:30
Table ronde
Régénération cardiaque : espoir réel ou fake news ?Médecine expérimentale
Francesca Rochais, Marseille, FR
   
 

Régénération cardiaque : Revue générale

Philippe Ménasché, Paris, FR
 

Hypoxie et BNP : rôle dans la prolifération des cardiomyocytes

Nathalie Rosenblatt-Velin, Lausanne, CH
 

Deciphering the potency of ventricular trabeculae to repair the heart during cardiac regeneration in the mouse

Lucie Boulgakoff, Marseille
 

Role of the kcnk2 ion channel in zebrafish heart regeneration

Laura Rolland, Montpellier
 

FGF10: a target for heart repair and regeneration

Sandy Payan, Marseille
 

Discussion

09:45 - 10:30
Table ronde
Transcriptomics and functional genomicsInternational
Julien Barc, Nantes, FR
   
 

Genetic and phenotype-based risk score: how better classify and predict risk in patients

Rafik Tadros, Montréal, CA-QC
 

Interest of system biology analysis for finding new biomarkers involved in heart failure

Florence Pinet, Lille, FR
 

Rare loss-of-function mutations of PTGIR identified in fibromuscular dysplasia and spontaneous coronary artery dissection

Adrien Georges, Paris
 

Functional Characterization of KCNH2 genetic variants, encoding hERG potassium channel, as a clinically-relevant information for type 2 LQTS syndrome

Barbara Bruna Ribeiro De Oliveira Mendes, Nantes
 

Molecular mechanism of a new cardiac syndrome associated with a regulatory element deletion of chromosome 4q25

Manon Baudic, Nantes
 

Discussion

10:30 - 11:15
Table ronde
Techniques avancées de stimulation cardiaqueRythmologie
Pascal Defaye, Grenoble, FR
   
 

Nouveau concept de batterie en stimulation cardiaque : la pile au glucose

Donald Martin, Grenoble, FR
 

Role of type 2 phosphodiesterase in regulating cardiac pacemaker function

Kaouter Bouadjel, Châtenay Malabry
 

Autonomous initiation of pacemaking by L-type Cav1.3 calcium channels in mouse sino-atrial myocytes

Julien Louradour, Montpellier
 

His bundle pacing procedure with limited radiation exposure 

Corentin Chaumont, Rouen
 

Discussion

10:30 - 11:15
Table ronde
Endothélium : nouvelles pistes thérapeutiquesVaisseaux
Vincent Sauzeau, Nantes, FR
   
 

Métabolisme des n-3/n-6 par l'axe CYP450-époxyde hydrolase soluble

Jérémy Bellien, Rouen, FR
 

Pharmacologie de la prostacycline : au-delà de l'hypertension artérielle pulmonaire

Jean-Luc Cracowski, Grenoble, FR
 

Effect of β3-adrenergic receptor modulation on endothelial function

Justine Dhot, Nantes
 

GCN2 regulates BMP signaling: consequence for PVOD pathobiology and therapeutic management

Grégoire Manaud, Le Plessis-Robinson
 

Discussion

10:30 - 11:15
Table ronde

Avec le soutien de Novartis

Nouvelles frontières dans l'insuffisance cardiaqueCoeur-Insuffisance Cardiaque
Loïc Bière, Angers, FR
   
 

Où est la frontière entre insuffisance cardiaque à fraction d'éjection préservée et à fraction d’éjection réduite et quelles conséquences thérapeutiques ?

Nathan Mewton, Lyon, FR
 

Insuffisance cardiaque à fraction d'éjection préservée : un syndrome, plusieurs maladies ?

Jean-Sébastien Hulot, Paris, FR
 

Revue des abstracts Printemps de la Cardiologie 2020
Abstrac1 - Proteomic signature for early diagnosis of left ventricular remodeling after myocardial infarction
Abstract 2 - Cardiac Lymphatics in metabolic-syndrome related cardiac dysfunstion

 

Discussion

Loïc Bière, Angers, FR
10:30 - 11:15
Table ronde
Myocarde ischémique et inflammationMédecine expérimentale
Claire Arnaud, Grenoble, FR
   
 

Inflammation et infarctus du myocarde : état de l’art actuel

Thomas Bochaton, Lyon, FR
 

Neutrophiles : carrefour de l’inflammation post-ischémique

Sabine Steffens, Munich, DE
 

Interleukin-1alpha deficiency reduces cardiac remodeling in a murine model of myocardial infarction without reperfusion.

Jérôme Lugrin, Lausanne
 

Ultra-fast cooling through total liquid ventilation delays the acute systemic inflammatory response after experimental cardiac arrest.

Emilie Boissady, Maisons-Alfort
 

IL-10 / IL-6 serum ratio as a prognosis marker of STEMI

Simon Leboube, Lyon
 

Discussion

10:30 - 11:15
Table ronde
Emerging biomarkers and therapies in cardiac diseasesInternational
Luc Bertrand, Bruxelles, BE
   
 

Pericardial fluid: an underrated molecular library of heart conditions and a potential vehicle for cardiac therapy

Inês Falcão-Pires, Porto, PT
 

Microvesicles and exosomes: new players in metabolic and cardiovascular disease

Sean Davidson, Londres, UK
 

AMPK regulates connexin 43 transcriptionally and post-transcriptionally in cardiac fibroblasts: implication of miR-125b

Cecile Dufeys, Bruxelles
 

EPAC1 inhibition prevents adverse cardiotoxicity induced by anticancer treatment

Anissa Belhadef, Châtenay-Malabry
 

Discussion

11:15 - 12:30
Session de Posters
01 - Athérosclérose
   
 

Nanoencapsulation of EPA:DHA 6:1 potentiates the endothelium-dependent relaxation of coronary artery rings compared to native form: role of NO, endothelium-dependent hyperpolarization and prostanoids

Lamia Remila, Illkirch-Graffenstaden
 

Regulation of endothelial Pannexin1 by oscillatory shear stress

Aurélie Hautefort, Genève 4
 

Rôle du régime riche en gras sur le métabolisme intestinal et le développement de l’athérosclérose

Mouna Chajadine, Paris
 

LDL cholesterol reduction by lipid lowering therapy after acute myocardial infarction is not significantly influenced by baseline systemic inflammation

Théo Cambet, Lyon
 

n-6 Polyunsaturated fatty acid oxidation increase oxidative stress, endothelial dysfunction and atherosclerosis in ApoE mice fed with chronic Western diet. Prevention strategy by apple polyphenols.

Gaetan Bolea, Avignon
 

Assessing the impact of switching to the Tobacco Heating System on cardiovascular disease: Translating basic science into clinical benefit

Calin Pater, Neuchatel
 

Altered mitochondrial dynamics induced endothelial cells dysfunction and increased atherosclerosis in the mouse 

Ahmad Chehaitly, Angers
 

Intermittent hypoxia increases VE-Cadherin cleavage in OSAS through ROS and HIF-1 and tyrosine kinases pathways

Olfa Harki, Grenoble
11:15 - 12:30
Session de Posters
03 - Remodelage vasculaire, Angionèse, Microcirculation - A
   
 

Lymphatic regulation of cardiac inflammation in pressure-overload-induced heart failure

Ebba Brakenhielm, Rouen
 

Canagliflozin protects the vascular barrier during sepsis by AMPK dependant mechanisms 

Marine Angé, Bruxelles
 

Capillary maturation is impaired in COPD patients during exercise training-induced angiogenesis.

Léo Blervaque, Montpellier
 

Elucidating a role for Pw1/Peg3 in placenta vascular formation

Marian Valente
 

Determinants of capillary leakage during severe cardiogenic shock

Emmanuelle Guérin, Paris
 

Mixed small- and- large fiber diabetic neuropathy affects microcirculatory response to exercise. Pilot study

Cécile Reynès, Avignon
 

Non-nutritive sweetener sucralose chronic consumption is able to reduce the deleterious effect of high-fat diet on body composition, glucose metabolism and vascular function in C57BL/6JR mice

Sydney Risdon, Avignon
 

Laser speckle contrast imaging as a better tool to access the cutaneous microcirculation: reproducibility and comparison to laser doppler imaging in animal models.

Axel Couturier, La Tronche
 

Improvement of diabetic wound healing using prostacyclin analoges encapsulated in lipid nanoparticles.

Raphaël Bouvet, Grenoble
 

Treprostinil iontophoresis in systemic sclerosis-related digital skin ulcers: a single ascending dose safety study

Alicia Guigui, La Tronche
11:15 - 12:30
Session de Posters
05 - Hypertension - A
   
 

Alterations of intrapulmonary arterial reactivity in a rat model of emphysema.

Florence Coste, Avignon, FR
 

NGF induces pulmonary arterial hyperreactivity through Connexin 43 increased expression

Guillaume Cardouat, Bordeaux
 

Role of smooth muscle Rac1 in the vascular remodeling associated with pulmonary hypertension

Lindsay Rose, Nantes
 

PDGFRalpha Drives Pulmonary Vascular Progenitor Cells Recruitment, Vascular Remodeling and Pulmonary Hypertension Development

Sophie Nadaud, Paris
 

Vascular reactivity of pulmonary artery from PDE9-knockout mice.

Liting Wang, Châtenay-Malabry
 

Rôle des canaux calciques CRAC et ARC/LRC dans l’hypertension pulmonaire.

Christelle Guibert, Pessac
 

SUR1/Kir6.2 potassium channel a new actor involved in pulmonary arterial hypertension

Hélène Le Ribeuz, Le Plessis Robinson
 

A reliable model of metabolic syndrome in rats

Géraldine Hubesch, Bruxelles
 

Effects of ramadan fasting on blood pressure in hypertensive patients

Mohamed Amine Bejar, Tunis
 

Who may benefit from diuretics in obstructive sleep apnea? A propensity score-matched cohort study

Bruno Revol, Grenoble
11:15 - 12:30
Session de Posters
07 - Développement, Vieillissement - A
   
 

Role of the cAMP-dependant protein kinase A type 1 in the regulation of cardiac progenitor cell development.

Corentin Porada, Marseille
 

Potential of fluorescent nano-carriers targeting VCAM-1 for early detection of senescent endothelial cells

Eugenia Belcastro, Strasbourg
 

Role of the lipid sensor PPAR-gamma in cardiac progenitor cell deployment: first demonstration of the impact of environmental factor on cardiac progenitor cell development.

Magali Théveniau-Ruissy, Marseille
 

Anthocyanin-rich blackcurrant intake by old rats improves blood pressure, vascular oxidative stress and endothelial dysfunction associated with SGLT1- and 2-mediated vascular uptake of anthocyanin

Ahmed B Chaker, Strasbourg
 

Role of focal adhesions of vascular smooth muscle cells in thrombin generation

Alexandre Raoul, Nancy
 

O-GlcNAc levels are regulated in a tissue and time specific manner during post-natal development, independently of dietary intake.

Thomas Dupas, Nantes
 

The role of NIPBL during cardiac progenitor specification

Fanny Boulet, Montpellier
 

Deciphering the potency of ventricular trabeculae to repair the heart during cardiac regeneration in the mouse

Lucie Boulgakoff, Marseille
 

Notch blockade and lncRNA Wisper knockdown attenuate cardiac remodeling and induce new myocyte formation in the stressed adult mammalian heart

Mohamed Nemir, Lausanne
11:15 - 12:30
Session de Posters
09 - Ischémie-reperfusion, infarctus, AVC - A
   
 

Proposer l'hypnose dans un service de réadaptation cardiaque

Marianne Noirclerc, Echirolles
 

Left ventricular thrombus management in a prospective acute ST-elevation myocardial infarction patient cohort

Maellia Goninet, LYON
 

Predictive biomarkers for left ventricular thrombus in acute myocardial infarction

Hugo Roccia
 

Ischemic stroke location, sleep disordered breathing and sleep: intermediate analysis of an observational prospective cohort

Sarah Alexandre, Grenoble
 

La fermeture percutanée de communication interventriculaire post-infarctus : l’expérience Grenobloise des dix dernières années

Estelle Usseglio-Polatera, Grenoble
 

Silent myocardial ischemia prevalence among a diabetic population at high cardiovascular risk in western algeria

Karim Meghachou, Sidi Bel Abbès
 

Evaluation of the performance of the GRACE risk score in predicting long term mortality in Tunisian patient presenting with non ST elevation acute coronary syndrome

Ouday Ben Abdeljelil, Monastir
 

Basophil count as a prognosis biomarker after STEMI

François Charbonnieras, Lyon
 

Serum soluble Tumor Necrosis Factor Receptor (sTNFR) 1 and 2 in STEMI

Alexandre Paccalet, Lyon
11:15 - 12:30
Session de Posters
10 - Ischémie-reperfusion, infarctus, AVC - B
   
 

Exogenous Growth Differenciation Factor 15 (GDF-15) exerts direct cardioprotective properties towards myocardial ischemia reperfusion injury

Geoffrey Dogon, Dijon
 

Ultra-fast cooling through total liquid ventilation delays the acute systemic inflammatory response after experimental cardiac arrest.

Emilie Boissady, Maisons-Alfort
 

Cardioprotective effect of the TD anti-apoptotic peptide: study of the mechanisms of action.

Stephanie Barrere-Lemaire, Montpellier
 

Role of the extracellular chaperone clusterin in myocardial infarction

Louwana Allawa, Angers
 

Integrated stress response activation after recovery of cardiopulmonary bypass in rats

Antoine Persello, Nantes
 

A non-targeted quantitative mass spectrometry approach for the identification of new blood biomarkers of septic shock in the secretory of a rat model of endotoxemic shock

Angélique Blangy--Letheule, Nantes
 

Pharmacological modulation of the lactate fuelling of neuron by astrocytes after an experimental cardiac arrest in rabbits

Estelle Faucher, Maisons-Alfort
 

An innovative sequence of hypoxia-reoxygenation on adult mouse cardiomyocytes in suspension to perform multilabeling analysis by flow cytometry

Nolwenn Tessier, Lyon
 

PPARβ/δ is involved in the cardioprotective effect of mesenchymal stem cells

Charlotte Sarre, Montpellier
 

Hyperoxic reperfusion after a ST-elevation myocardial infarction in mature Wistar rats does not increase oxidative stress.

Angela Acheampong, Bruxelles
11:15 - 12:30
Session de Posters
13 - IC / Métabolisme Cardiaque
   
 

Role of mitochondrial oxidative stress during cardiac hypertrophy: focus on superoxide dismutase 2.

Emilie Dubois-Deruy, Lille
 

Mast cells participate in the development of diastolic dysfunction in diabetic obese mice

Sarah Guimbal, Bordeaux
 

Modulation of cardiac glucose transport by tubulin acetylation.

Marine De Loof, Bruxelles
 

Micropatterned cardiomyocytes derived from human-induced pluripotent stem cells display more mature metabolic profiles

Charlène Jouve, Paris
 

Impact of nicotinamide riboside NAD+ precursor treatment on cardiac remodeling after myocardial infarction in rat

Selma Lopez Vaquera, Châtenay-Malabry
 

Natural activators of SIRT1 protect cardiac cells from severe ER stress

Kévin Monceaux, Châtenay-Malabry
 

Impact of Nicotinamide Riboside Kinase 2 overexpression and NAD precursor nicotinamide riboside treatment in response to endoplasmic reticulum stress induction in the heart

Ahmed Karoui, Châtenay-Malabry
 

Acetylation regulates SOD2 activity to decrease oxidative stress in hypertrophied cardiomyocytes

Victoriane Peugnet, Lille
 

Contribution of SGLT1 on cardiac glucose transport

Laura Ferté, Bruxelles
 

Deciphering cardiac O-GlcNAcylation: a new perspective of cardiac mitochondrial regulation

Antoine Persello, Nantes
11:15 - 12:30
Session de Posters
14 - IC / Cardiomyopathies
   
 

Coronaryatherosclerotic burden in non-ischemic dilated cardiomyopathies: prognostic implications. A sub-study of 3C registry.

Marjorie Canu, Grenoble, FR
 

Survival and recurrence in cardiogenic shock depending on its etiology

Cédric Biermé, Marseille
 

Diet reversal rescues mouse diabetic cardiomyopathy by counteracting the decreased reticulum-mitochondria interactions and the ensuing mitochondrial Ca2+ uptake impairment

Maya Dia, Lyon
 

Pericyte coverage of cardiac capillaries is decreased in diabetic obese mice

Lauriane Cornuault, Pessac
 

Modelling DMD associated dilated cardiomyopathy using patient-specific iPS-derived cardiomyocytes.

Monia Souidi, Montpellier
 

Impact de l’invalidation de QSOX1 dans un modèle de cardiomyopathie diabétique

Andreia De Sousa Jorge, Paris
 

Evaluation of FGF10 as a target for promoting heart regeneration in Lmna-related dilated cardiomyopathy.

Laetitia Bouchard, Marseille
 

Cardiac Lymphatics in metabolic-syndrome related cardiac dysfunstion.

Virginie Tardif, Rouen
 

Role of the loss of nuclear envelope integrity on cardiac inflammation associated with LMNA-cardiomyopathy.

Jérôme Lugrin, Lausanne
 

Role of adipose tissue macrophages in the cross-talk between visceral adipose tissue and heart during high fat diet.

Zaineb Mezdari, PARIS
 

Distribution of serum chemerin concentration in cardiomyopathy patients and in subjects without clinically detectable cardiac disease in Lubumbashi

Cécile Watu Malu Wembonyama
 

Gender-specfific adaptations to 4-months of strength training : evaluation of left ventricular morphology and myocardial function

Antoine Grandperrin, Avignon
11:15 - 12:30
Session de Posters
15 - IC / Signalisation - A
   
 

Clusterin regulation in the heart after cigarette smoke exposure

Annie Turkieh, Lille
 

Investigating the role of PKA type I in the heart

Matthieu Dessillons, Châtenay-Malabry
 

The histone demethylase JARID1B controls the hypertrophic gene reprogramming and protects against heart failure

Loubna Laib, Toulouse
 

Calcineurin and STE20-like protein kinase regulate the prohypertrophic effects of the histone methyltransferase MLL during cardiac stress

Roberto Pane, Toulouse
 

PEGylated-Ligands as tools to study β-adrenergic receptor function on surface and T-tubule membranes

Marion Barthe, Châtenay-Malabry
 

Protective role of the CX3CL1/CX3CR1 axis in early adaptive cardiac hypertrophic remodeling

Catherine Pavoine, Paris
 

Characterization of cardiac extracellular vesicles upon thiamet G treatment in a rat model of acute decompensated heart failure

Fadi Abou Zeid, Lille
 

Orai1 channel inhibition preserves left ventricular systolic function and normal Ca2+ handling after pressure overload

Jessica Sabourin, Châtenay-Malabry
 

Use of the “Minnesota Living with Heart Failure” quality of life in the cardiology department of CHU ibn rochd Casablanca: A prospective series.

Marwa Abdulhakeem, Casablanca
 

Registre sur la prise en charge de l’insuffisance cardiaque aigue (ICA) : vers une amélioration des pratiques - registre bicentrique portant sur 174 patients

Caroline Beaufrere, Nimes
 

La surexpression cardiaque de PDE4B atténue la réponse β-adrénergique et le remodelage pathologique dans l’insuffisance cardiaque.

Audrey Varin, Châtenay-Malabry
 

A PKA/AKAP signaling complex is essential for regulation of ventricular cardiomyocytes Cx43 gap junction communication

Anne-Sophie Colombe, Châtenay-Malabry
11:15 - 12:30
Session de Posters
19 - Rythmologie, stimulation - A
   
 

Moderate FKBP12.6 overexpression mitigates β-adrenergic-associated pro-arrhythmogenic Ca2+ events, but a higher expression level leads to a cardiomyopathic phenotype

Marine Gandon-Renard, Châtenay-Malabry
 

Role of type 2 phosphodiesterase in regulating cardiac pacemaker function

Kaouter Bouadjel, Châtenay Malabry
 

Exchange protein directly activated by cAMP -1 inhibition to prevent atrial fibrillation

Alice Recalde, Bordeaux
 

Genetic ablation of G protein-gated inwardly rectifying K+ (Girk)4 channels prevents heart rate reduction induced by intensive exercise training

Isabelle Bidaud, Montpellier
 

Optical mapping of Ca transient and voltage in left atria uncover critical links between Ca regional heterogeneity and atrial fibrillation susceptibility.

Barbara Niort, Bordeaux
 

Role of LVA Ca channels in norepinephrine-induced automatic activity in rat pulmonary vein myocardial sleeve

Claire O Malecot, Tours
 

Molecular mechanism of a new cardiac syndrome associated with a regulatory element deletion of chromosome 4q25

Manon Baudic, Nantes
 

Autonomous initiation of pacemaking by L-type Cav1.3 calcium channels in mouse sino-atrial myocytes

Julien Louradour, Montpellier
 

Cholinergic regulation of heart rate: functional importance of l-type cav1.3 channels

Leila Talssi, Montpellier
 

Hypercalcemia impairs sino-atrial automaticity through excessive Cav1.2-mediated Ca2+ influx.

Angelo Giovanni Torrente, Montpellier
 

PDE4 regulates cardiac pacemaker function

Walma Pereira De Vasconcelos
 

Involvement of the Exchange Protein Activated by cAMP (EPAC) in atrial electrophysiology and atrial fibrillation mechanisms.

Bastien Guillot, Pessac
11:15 - 12:30
Session de Posters
20 - Rythmologie, stimulation - B
   
 

Functional Characterization of KCNH2 genetic variants, encoding hERG potassium channel, as a clinically-relevant information for type 2 LQTS syndrome

Barbara Bruna Ribeiro De Oliveira Mendes, Nantes
 

The PPAR-γ inhibitor T0070907 normalizes impaired electro-mechanical properties of human-induced pluripotent stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes in DSC2 arrhythmogenic cardiomyopathy

Jean-Baptiste Reisqs, Montpellier
 

Optical control of hERG channel activity using a photosensitive Bekm-1 blocker.

Jerome Montnach, Nantes
 

Transient Receptor Potential Vanilloid 4 channel participates in mouse ventricular electrical activity​

Thomas Hof, Bordeaux
 

Overexpression of a fragment of Nav1.5 to rescue the cardiac sodium current in Scn5a-deficient mice

Marie Gizon, Paris
 

Elucidating molecular regulators of drug-induced long QT syndrome (diLQTS)

Zeina Al Sayed, Paris
 

High-throughput screening of animal venoms for identification of compounds active on the cardiac Nav1.5 channel

Ludivine Lopez, nantes
 

Co-existence of a fast tetrodotoxin-sensitive low voltage-activated non selective Na/Ca/K channel and of T-type Ca channels in rat isolated pulmonary vein cardiomyocytes

Claire O Malecot, Tours
 

Evidence for a selective blockade of Cav1.2 versus Cav1.3 by the mamba toxin calciseptine in the mouse heart

Joel Nargeot, Montpellier
 

Pro- and anti-arrhythmic effects of TRPM4 inhibition on ventricular fibrillation trigger and substrate mechanisms

Marine Martinez, Bordeaux
 

A comprehensive framework for the evaluation of high pacing frequency and arrhythmic optical mapping signals

Richard Walton, Bordeaux
14:00 - 14:30
Conférence

Avec le soutien de l'alliance BMS/Pfizer

Conférence GRRC
Gilles Barone-Rochette, Grenoble, FR
   
 

Combinaison AOD – antiagrégants plaquettaires : couverture complète du risque ischémique ? Vers un nouveau paradigme ?

Jean-Philippe Collet, Paris, FR
 

Discussion

14:30 - 15:15
Session d'experts
Cardiopathies congénitales et arythmiesRythmologie
Vincent Algalarrondo, Paris, FR
   
 

Embryogénèse des structures électriques cardiaques

Lucile Miquerol, Marseille, FR
 

Exploration et suivi d’une fibrillation ventriculaire chez l’enfant

Nicolas Derval, Bordeaux
 

Défibrillateurs dans la population pédiatrique

Victor Waldmann, Paris, FR
 

Discussion

14:30 - 15:15
Session d'experts
Exploration de la microcirculation coronaireVaisseaux
Jean-Luc Cracowski, Grenoble, FR
   
 

Pourquoi explorer la microcirculation coronaire : nouvelles cibles thérapeutiques chez l’homme

Gilles Barone-Rochette, Grenoble, FR
 

Explorations invasives : le gold standard ?

Julien Adjedj, Saint Laurent Du Var
 

Développement de nouveaux concepts thérapeutiques : apport des modèles animaux

Laurent Riou, Grenoble, FR
 

Discussion

14:30 - 15:15
Session d'experts
C½ur et Sport : quand le plus devient tropCoeur-Insuffisance Cardiaque
Fabrice Ivanes, Tours, FR
   
 

Cœur de l'ultra-endurance

Stéphane Doutreleau, Grenoble, FR
 

Mécanismes de la fatigue cardiaque

Olivier Cazorla, Montpellier, FR
 

Discussion

14:30 - 15:15
Session d'experts
The matrix reloadedMédecine expérimentale
Nathalie Rosenblatt-Velin, Lausanne, CH
   
 

Extracellular matrix for heart regeneration

Marie-Noëlle Giraud, Fribourg, CH
 

Role of cardiac extracellular matrix in cardiomyocyte cytokinesis

Chi-Chung Wu, Bad Nauheim, DE
 

Discussion

14:30 - 15:15
Session d'experts
Single cell RNA sequencing in the heartInternational
Francesca Rochais, Marseille, FR
   
 

Single-cell RNAseq provides new insights into the cell biology of heart failure

Monika Gladka, Utrecht, NL
 

Single-cell analysis of lnc-RNA expression

Thierry Pedrazzini, Lausanne, CH
 

A Spatiotemporal Organ-Wide Gene Expression and Cell Atlas of the Developing Human Heart

Stefania Giacomello, Stockholm, SW
 

Discussion

15:15 - 15:30
Pause - Visite de l'exposition virtuelle
Pause-café - Visite de l'exposition
   
15:30 - 16:00
Flash Technologie

Avec le soutien de Sanofi Genzyme

Maladie de Fabry : si rare que ça ?
Gilles Barone-Rochette, Grenoble, FR
   
 

La maladie de Fabry en cardiologie pratique

Olivier Lairez, Toulouse, FR
 

Discussion

15:30 - 16:00
Flash Technologie
Innovation en imagerie cardiaque
Erwan Donal, Rennes, FR
   
 

Echographie : Nouveaux index de déformations myocardiques et cœur athlète

Stéphane Doutreleau, Grenoble, FR
 

Discussion

15:30 - 16:00
Flash Technologie

Avec le soutien d'Alnylam

ARN interférent dans le traitement des maladies cardiovasculaires
Grégoire Vandecasteele, Châtenay-Malabry, FR
   
 

Hypercholestérolémie : cibler la PCSK9

Denis Angoulvant, Tours, FR
 

Amylose cardiaque : cibler la transthyrétine

Vincent Algalarrondo, Paris, FR
 

Discussion

16:00 - 16:45
Table ronde
La fibrillation atriale au-delà de l’oreilletteRythmologie
Fabien Brette, Bordeaux, FR
   
 

Apnée du sommeil et fibrillation atriale : association de malfaiteurs ?

Pascal Defaye, Grenoble, FR
 

High fat diet induces change in mitochondria respiration, activation of K-ATP channel and action potential shortening in mice

Elodie Baptista, Paris
 

The prevalence and risk factors for atrioesophageal fistula after percutaneous catheter ablation for atrial fibrillation : the french experience 

Philippe Maury, Toulouse
 

Exchange protein directly activated by cAMP -1 inhibition to prevent atrial fibrillation

Alice Recalde, Bordeaux
 

Discussion

16:00 - 16:45
Table ronde
Lipides : marqueur de risque au-delà du LDLVaisseaux
Cécile Vindis, Toulouse, FR
   
 

Athérosclérose au féminin

Jean Francois Arnal, Toulouse, FR
 

Cibler la LPa pour diminuer le risque cardiovasculaire

Denis Angoulvant, Tours, FR
 

Rôle du régime riche en gras sur le métabolisme intestinal et le développement de l’athérosclérose

Mouna Chajadine, Paris
 

LDL cholesterol reduction by lipid lowering therapy after acute myocardial infarction is not significantly influenced by baseline systemic inflammation

Théo Cambet, Lyon
 

Altered mitochondrial dynamics induced endothelial cells dysfunction and increased atherosclerosis in the mouse 

Ahmad Chehaitly, Angers
 

Discussion

16:00 - 16:45
Table ronde

Avec le soutien de Pfizer Maladies Rares

Coeur et vieillissementCoeur-Insuffisance Cardiaque
Vincent Algalarrondo, Paris, FR
   
 

Les traces du temps sur le coeur

Jeanne Mialet-Perez, Toulouse, FR
 

Amylose cardiaque : un vieillissement pathologique ?

Muriel Salvat, Grenoble, FR
 

Potential of fluorescent nano-carriers targeting VCAM-1 for early detection of senescent endothelial cells

Eugenia Belcastro, Strasbourg
 

Role of adipose tissue macrophages in the cross-talk between visceral adipose tissue and heart during high fat diet.

Zaineb Mezdari, PARIS
 

Discussion

16:00 - 16:45
Table ronde
Epigénétique du myocarde : quand l’environnement s’en mêleMédecine expérimentale
Catherine Vergely-Vandriesse, Dijon, FR
   
 

Epigénétique et développement cardiaque

Thomas Moore-Morris, Marseille, FR
 

Reprogrammation épigénétique par la nutrition

Umberto Simeoni, Lausanne, CH
 

Calcineurin and STE20-like protein kinase regulate the prohypertrophic effects of the histone methyltransferase MLL during cardiac stress

Roberto Pane, Toulouse
 

Clipper, a novel lncRNA regulating cardiomyocyte mitochondrial biogenesis and proliferation

Francesco Ruberto, Lausanne
 

Discussion

16:00 - 16:45
Table ronde
Angiogenesis: biological basis and metabolic controlInternational
Nathalie Rosenblatt-Velin, Lausanne, CH
   
 

Biological bases for therapeutic angiogenesis

Andrea Banfi, Bâle, CH
 

Metabolic control of microvascular regeneration

Katrien De Bock, Zurich, CH
 

PDGFRalpha Drives Pulmonary Vascular Progenitor Cells Recruitment, Vascular Remodeling and Pulmonary Hypertension Development

Sophie Nadaud, Paris
 

Canagliflozin protects the vascular barrier during sepsis by AMPK dependant mechanisms 

Marine Angé, Bruxelles
 

Endothelial Desert Hedgehog and ectopic Sonic Hedgehog act antagonistically to regulate vessel integrity and angiogenesis.

Pierre-Louis Hollier, Bordeaux
 

Discussion

17:00 - 17:40
Conférence
Conférence Jacques Puel
Ariel Cohen, Paris, FR
   
 

Nouveautés dans la prise en charge percutanée de l’insuffisance mitrale

Jean-François Obadia, Lyon, FR
 

Discussion

30 Octobre 2020


09:00 - 09:45
Table ronde
Comprendre et prévenir la fibrillation ventriculaireRythmologie
Julien Barc, Nantes, FR
   
 

Cardiomyocytes dérivés d’iPSC : un bon modèle de prédiction d’arythmie ?

Nathalie Gaborit, Nantes, FR
 

Radiothérapie stéréotaxique dans l'ablation des arythmies ventriculaires réfractaires

Étienne Pruvot, Lausanne, CH
 

Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and left ventricular non compaction: Relationship between ventricular mass and shortened QRS duration. 

Hubert Delasnerie, Toulouse
 

Elucidating molecular regulators of drug-induced long QT syndrome (diLQTS)

Zeina Al Sayed, Paris
 

Discussion

09:00 - 09:45
Table ronde

Session commune GRRC/NSFA

Athérosclérose : quoi de neuf dans la cellule endothéliale ?Vaisseaux
Franck Boccara, Paris, FR
   
 

Dysfonction endothéliale au cours de l’athérosclérose

Muriel Laffargue, Toulouse, FR
 

Perméabilité de la BHE

Alain-Pierre Gadeau, Bordeaux, FR
 

Nanoencapsulation of EPA:DHA 6:1 potentiates the endothelium-dependent relaxation of coronary artery rings compared to native form: role of NO, endothelium-dependent hyperpolarization and prostanoids

Lamia Remila, Illkirch-Graffenstaden
 

Regulation of endothelial Pannexin1 by oscillatory shear stress

Aurélie Hautefort, Genève 4
 

Discussion

09:00 - 09:45
Table ronde
Heart failure & trendy molecular mechanismCoeur-Insuffisance Cardiaque
Luc Bertrand, Bruxelles, BE
   
 

Do SGLT2 inhibitors act directly on failing heart

Rudolf De Boer, Groninguen, NL
 

Histone deacetylase 4 protects the diabetic heart

Johannes Backs, Heidelberg, DE
 

The histone demethylase JARID1B controls the hypertrophic gene reprogramming and protects against heart failure

Loubna Laib, Toulouse
 

Natural activators of SIRT1 protect cardiac cells from severe ER stress

Kévin Monceaux, Châtenay-Malabry
 

Discussion

09:00 - 09:45
Table ronde
Dégénérescence valvulaire : la fuite en avantValves
Claire Bouleti, Poitiers
   
 

Aspects génétiques de la dégénérescence valvulaire

Jean-Jacques Schott, Nantes, FR
 

Déterminants hémodynamiques de la durabilité des bioprothèses implantées

Thierry Bourguignon, Tours, FR
 

Myofibroblastic differentiation of rat valvular interstitial cells in culture.

Constance Delwarde, Nantes
 

Global longitudinal strain by speckle-tracking echocardiography and feature-tracking cardiac magnetic resonance predicting left and right ventricular performance after mitral regurgitation repair

Karima Hami, BRUXELLES
 

Discussion

09:00 - 09:45
Table ronde
Functions of the immune cells in the normal and pathological heartInternational
Giuseppina Caligiuri, Paris, FR
   
 

Role of inflammation in heart failure

Marinos Kallikourdis, Milan, IT
 

Innate immune cell functional heterogeneity in the ischemic heart

Clément Cochain, Würzburg, DE
 

Ezh2 as an epigenetic checkpoint during monocyte differentiation:

a potential target for cardiac recovery after myocardial infarction

Julie Rondeaux, Rouen
 

Blocking granzyme B producing cytotoxic CD8+ T cells protects against post-ischemic cardiac remodeling

Icia Santos Zas, Paris
 

Basophil count as a prognosis biomarker after STEMI

François Charbonnieras, Lyon
 

Discussion

09:45 - 10:30
Table ronde
Nouvelles thérapeutiques en rythmologieRythmologie
Delphine Mika, Châtenay-Malabry, FR
   
 

Auto-anticorps et arythmies : Nouvelles opportunités thérapeutiques ?

Jin Li, Berne, CH
 

Kaempferol prevents atrial fibrillation in a murine model of diabetic cardiomyopathy

Sarah Colombani, Montpellier
 

Evidence for a selective blockade of Cav1.2 versus Cav1.3 by the mamba toxin calciseptine in the mouse heart

Joel Nargeot, Montpellier
 

Pro- and anti-arrhythmic effects of TRPM4 inhibition on ventricular fibrillation trigger and substrate mechanisms

Marine Martinez, Bordeaux
 

Discussion

09:45 - 10:30
Table ronde
Vascular tone: resistance is the first step to changeVaisseaux
Boris Manoury, Châtenay-Malabry, FR
   
 

Vascular Kv7 channels as therapeutic targets?

Iain Greenwood, Londres, UK
 

Activation of voltage-gated Na+ channels induces vasorelaxation of murine mesenteric arteries, unmasking a cross-talk between Nav channels, NCX exchangers and eNO-synthase

Joohee Park, Angers
 

Alterations of intrapulmonary arterial reactivity in a rat model of emphysema.

Florence Coste, Avignon, FR
 

Vascular reactivity of pulmonary artery from PDE9-knockout mice.

Liting Wang, Châtenay-Malabry
 

Discussion

09:45 - 10:30
Table ronde

Avec le soutien de Bayer

Nouvelles voies de signalisation en insuffisance cardiaqueCoeur-Insuffisance Cardiaque
Jean-Sébastien Hulot, Paris, FR
   
 

Maintenir l’intégrité endothéliale pour maintenir l’intégrité cardiaque ?

Thierry Couffinhal, Bordeaux, FR
 

Activateurs du GMPc : une nouvelle voie thérapeutique dans l’insuffisance cardiaque à FEVG réduite

Nathan Mewton, Lyon, FR
 

Investigating the role of PKA type I in the heart

Matthieu Dessillons, Châtenay-Malabry
 

Pericyte coverage of cardiac capillaries is decreased in diabetic obese mice

Lauriane Cornuault, Pessac
 

Discussion

09:45 - 10:30
Table ronde

Avec le soutien d'Edwards Lifescience

Le TAVI, vers une procédure optimaleValves
Gilles Lemesle, Lille, FR
Laurent Monassier, Strasbourg, FR
   
 

Nouveaux biomarqueurs de la dégénérescence des bioprothèses

Agnès Pasquet, Bruxelles, BE
 

Améliorer la sélection des patients

Martine Gilard, Brest
 

Incidence, prognostic impact, and predictive factors of readmission for congestive heart failure (CHF) one year after transfemoral TAVR : a prospective monocentric cohort.

Thibaut Hémery, Rouen
 

Discussion

09:45 - 10:30
Table ronde
Targeting mitochondria in cardiovascular diseaseInternational
Jérémy Fauconnier, Montpellier, FR
   
 

Mitochondrial dynamics to sustain cardiac energy metabolism

Arnaud Mourier, Bordeaux, FR
 

Cardiolipin in mitochondrial signaling pathway

Alexandre Prola, Genève, CH
 

Role of mitochondrial oxidative stress during cardiac hypertrophy: focus on superoxide dismutase 2.

Emilie Dubois-Deruy, Lille
 

Sinapine, a natural antioxidant, targets cardiac mitochondria.

Doria Boulghobra, Avignon
 

Impact of nicotinamide riboside NAD+ precursor treatment on cardiac remodeling after myocardial infarction in rat

Selma Lopez Vaquera, Châtenay-Malabry
 

Discussion

10:30 - 10:45
Pause - Visite de l'exposition virtuelle
Pause-café - Visite de l'exposition
   
10:45 - 12:00
Session de Posters
02 - Thrombose, Hémostase
   
 

The role of α1AMP-activated protein kinase (α1AMPK) in vascular dysfunctions induced by sepsis.

Julien De Poortere, Bruxelles
 

From the antiplatelet drug ticagrelor to antibiotics: a study of structure-activity relationships. 

Nicolas Jacques, Liege
 

Activated clotting time monitoring during atrial fibrillation catheter ablation: does the anticoagulant matter?

Anne-Celine Martin, Paris
 

Pharmacological ACC inhibition decreases thrombin-induced platelet aggregation by a mechanism independent of lipid content

Marie Octave, Bruxelles
 

Neutrophils prothrombotic characteristics during myeloproliferative neoplasms 

Laura Wolff, Bordeaux
 

Exploration of plasma immunothrombosis in inflammatory bowel disease

Célia Schellenberg, Vandoeuvre-Lès-Nancy
 

Incidence, Source, Determinants, And Prognostic Impact Of Major Bleeding In Outpatients With Chronic Heart Failure: Insights From The CARDIONOR Registry

Gilles Lemesle, Lille, FR
10:45 - 12:00
Session de Posters
04 - Remodelage vasculaire, Angionèse, Microcirculation - B
   
 

Implication of collateral growth in the process of cardiac regeneration after neonatal myocardium infarction in mice.

Rachel Sturny, Marseille
 

Effect of β3-adrenergic receptor modulation on endothelial function

Justine Dhot, Nantes
 

Endothelial deficiency in Pkd1 impairs the development of arterio-venous fistula

Déborah Groussard, Rouen
 

Endothelial Desert Hedgehog and ectopic Sonic Hedgehog act antagonistically to regulate vessel integrity and angiogenesis.

Pierre-Louis Hollier, Bordeaux
 

Characterization of cerebral arteries in mice expressing an ANGPTL6 gene variant predisposing to intracranial aneurysms

Milene Freneau, Nantes
 

Role of the mitochondrial dynamics in aortic aneurysm and dissection

Pauline Robert, Angers
 

Rho-GEFs: Identification of new Mechanosensitive Players in Intracranial Aneurysms

Surya Prakash Rao Batta, Nantes
 

Biomechanical study on ascending aortic aneurysms associated with quadricuspid aortic valve

Siyu Lin, dijon
 

Effects of liraglutide on heart function and myocardial perfusion entropy in a type-2 diabetic rat model

Marjorie Canu, Grenoble, FR
10:45 - 12:00
Session de Posters
06 - Hypertension - B
   
 

Rare loss-of-function mutations of PTGIR identified in fibromuscular dysplasia and spontaneous coronary artery dissection

Adrien Georges, Paris
 

Characterization of protein expression of thyroid-responsive genes in cardiomyocyte PTP1B knockout mice in cardiac hypertrophy

Marie Josse, Dijon
 

GCN2 regulates BMP signaling: consequence for PVOD pathobiology and therapeutic management

Grégoire Manaud, Le Plessis-Robinson
 

Vascular beneficial effects of silicon supplementation with enriched spirulina in hypertensive rat

Anne Virsolvy, Montpellier
 

High glucose effects on endothelium-dependent vasorelaxation in isolated thoracic aorta of spontaneously hypertensive rats.

Ophélie Hélissen, Toulouse
 

L’activation de PDGFRalpha entraine une hypertension artérielle

Julien Solinc, Paris
 

Pharmacological blockade of αV integrin in the development of pressure-overload-induced cardiac fibrosis

Clément Delacroix, Paris
 

In vitro effects of bisphenol A on human melanocortin 4 receptor signaling

Mathilde Munier, Angers
 

Atrial electro-mechanical delay in hypertensive patients.

Hazem Chelbi, Tunisie
 

Cost-effective and compact analog compensation method of thermal drift of implantable piezoresistive blood pressure sensors

Serigne Modou Dié Mbacke, Nantes
10:45 - 12:00
Session de Posters
08 - Développement et vieillissement - B
   
 

Incomplete cardiac differentiation of hiPSCs is revealed by transcriptomic kinetics

Bastien Cimarosti, Nantes
 

Identification of IRX5 transcription factor regulatory mechanisms in human cardiomyocytes

Robin Canac, Nantes
 

Identification of new regulators of cardiomyocyte proliferation, potential targets for cardiac regeneration

Sandy Payan, Marseille
 

Genetic architecture of natural variations of cardiac perfomances in flies

Laurent Perrin, Marseille
 

Cardiac regeneration: effects of in zebra fish model?

Elodie Arel, Montpellier
 

Implication de la Prominin-2 dans la Sénescence des Cardiomyocytes

Jessica Resta, Toulouse
 

Role of the kcnk2 ion channel in zebrafish heart regeneration

Laura Rolland, Montpellier
 

FGF10: a target for heart repair and regeneration

Sandy Payan, Marseille
 

hiPS-cardiomyocyte derived engineered heart tissues (EHT) as a tool for cardiomyocytes maturation improvement

Pierre Bobin, Paris
10:45 - 12:00
Session de Posters
11 - Ischémie-reperfusion, infarctus, AVC - C
   
 

Interleukin-1alpha deficiency reduces cardiac remodeling in a murine model of myocardial infarction without reperfusion.

Jérôme Lugrin, Lausanne
 

Myocardial ischemia-reperfusion induces StAR translocation  and cholesterol accumulation via TSPO in cardiac mitochondria.

Shirin Leick, Créteil
 

Sinapine, a natural antioxidant, targets cardiac mitochondria.

Doria Boulghobra, Avignon
 

Ezh2 as an epigenetic checkpoint during monocyte differentiation:

a potential target for cardiac recovery after myocardial infarction

Julie Rondeaux, Rouen
 

Role of CXCL12γ isoform and its interactions with heparan-sulfates in post-ischemic cardiac remodeling

Vincent Duval, Paris
 

MicroRNA 21 and hypoxia inducible factor 1 orchestrate the deleterious effects of B lymphocytes on cardiac function after acute myocardial infarction

Yanyi Sun, Paris
 

Blocking granzyme B producing cytotoxic CD8+ T cells protects against post-ischemic cardiac remodeling

Icia Santos Zas, Paris
 

Kynurenic acid reduces myocardial ischemia/reperfusion injuries by activating antioxidant defense and mitophagy

Rima Kamel, Angers
 

Translocation of eNOS to mitochondria with exercise training: a key trigger of cardioprotection.

Doria Boulghobra, Avignon
 

Clipper, a novel lncRNA regulating cardiomyocyte mitochondrial biogenesis and proliferation

Francesco Ruberto, Lausanne
 

IL-10 / IL-6 serum ratio as a prognosis marker of STEMI

Simon Leboube, Lyon
10:45 - 12:00
Session de Posters
12 - Ischémie-reperfusion, infarctus, AVC - D
   
 

AMPK regulates connexin 43 transcriptionally and post-transcriptionally in cardiac fibroblasts: implication of miR-125b

Cecile Dufeys, Bruxelles
 

Sexual dimorphism in the long-term impact of postnatal nutritional programming on cardiac sensitivity to ischemia-reperfusion injury in vivo

Eve Rigal, Dijon
 

Acute hyperglycemic stress impacts myocardial perfusion: what role for the interplay between cardiac myocytes and coronary vessels? Preliminary results.

Mathilde Dubois, Avignon
 

Extracellular vesicles in post-infarction diabetic hearts

Stephane M. Ibrahim Mazlan, Paris
 

Effects of TSPO deletion on cardiac and metabolic phenotype in rats

Juliette Bréhat, Créteil
 

Greater impairment of energy metabolism and coronary flow in type 2 diabetic female rats than in male during myocardial ischemia-reperfusion injury.

Natacha Fourny, Marseille
 

Approche multiomique du dimorphisme sexuel cardiaque chez la souris

Xavier Dieu, Angers
10:45 - 12:00
Session de Posters
16 - IC / Signalisation - B
   
 

Angiopoeïtin-like 4 opposes acute cardiac decompensation in rats with chronic heart failure.

Yohan Stephan, Rouen
 

Single-cell analysis of the long noncoding RNA transcriptome identifies novel therapeutic targets for cardiac fibrosis

Parisa Aghagolzadeh, Lausanne
 

EPAC1 inhibition prevents adverse cardiotoxicity induced by anticancer treatment

Anissa Belhadef, Châtenay-Malabry
 

Among 7 microRNAs identified in silico to predict heart failure, miR-26b-5p may regulate cardiac fibrosis after myocardial infarction by targeting expression of collagens.

Henri Charrier, Lille
 

Proteomic signature for early diagnosis of left ventricular remodeling after myocardial infarction

Wilfried Heyse, Lille
 

The phosphoinositide 5-kinase PIKfyve is a target to control tissue fibrotic remodeling and function in heart and kidney

Frederic Boal, Toulouse
 

Calcium signalling pathway is not affected in 14-weeks old beta-sarcoglycan knock-out mouse cardiomyocytes.

Guillaume Gilbert, Leuven
 

Optimization of heart-targeting agents for therapeutic delivery in cardiomyocytes.

Carole Deflers, Châtenay-Malabry
 

The initiation period of a combination therapy (spironolactone, lisinopril and atenolol) after myocardial infarction plays a major role on the kinetics of heart failure in rats.

Guillaume Bourdier, Marseille
 

Cardiac specific deletion of MTP18 induces heart failure in mice

Erminia Donnarumma, Paris
 

Epac2 O-GlcNAcylation, a new player in high glucose-mediated cardiac calcium mishandling

Magali Samia El Hayek, Châtenay-Malabry
10:45 - 12:00
Session de Posters
17 - Insuffisance Cardiaque particulières
   
 

Valsartan prevents cardiac dysfunction after acute kidney injury and decreases Galectin 3 plasmatic values

Emmanuel. Dudoignon, Paris
 

FACE Cluster phenotyping predicting outcomes in a prospective multicenter cohort study of chronic heart failure patients with central sleep disorder breathing indicated for adaptive servo ventilation

Renaud Tamisier
 

Predictive factors of right ventricular failure after left ventricular assist device implantation

Dernys Alexandra, Marseille
 

A novel murine model for endothelial dysfunction and Heart Failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction

Alice Abelanet, Bordeaux
 

Development of cardiac alterations in a rat model of polycystic kidney disease.

Maëlle Plawecki, Montpellier
 

Intermittent hypoxia induces premature adipose tissue senescence leading to cardiac remodeling 

Suzain Naushad Khan, Créteil île-De-France
 

FACE: Prospective multicenter cohort adressing chronic heart failure patients with central sleep disorder breathing indicated for adaptive servo ventilation: patient baseline characteristics.

Renaud Tamisier
 

Influence of obesity on heart function in an experimental model of heart failure with preserved ejection fraction

Steliana Ghibu, Cluj-Napoca
 

Diastolic dysfunction in a rat COPD model 

Pierre-Edouard Grillet, Montpellier
 

Heart remodeling and pulmonary hemodynamic in higlanders living in the highest city of the world, La Rinconada (5 100m)

Stéphane Doutreleau, Grenoble, FR
 

Impact of cardiac sympathetic denervation on IH-induced ischemic cardiomyopathy aggravation

Maximin Détrait, Grenoble
 

Impact of Duchenne muscular dystrophy on intracardiac nervous system: a 3D analysis using light sheet microscopy.

Guénaëlle Lizot, Poitiers
10:45 - 12:00
Session de Posters
18 - Valvulopathies, Cardiopathie congénitale
   
 

Myofibroblastic differentiation of rat valvular interstitial cells in culture.

Constance Delwarde, Nantes
 

Critères échographiques d’évolution des communications interventriculaires de type périmembraneuse vers une insuffisance aortique dans la population cardiopédiatrique : étude rétrospective

Floriane Soler, Marseille
 

Incidence, prognostic impact, and predictive factors of readmission for congestive heart failure (CHF) one year after transfemoral TAVR : a prospective monocentric cohort.

Thibaut Hémery, Rouen
 

Etude de l’association entre le canal atrio-ventricualire et l’HTAP au CHU Ibn Rochd de Casablanca : à propos de 313 cas

Hanane Mechal, Casablanca
 

Effect of cholesterol- and palm oil-enriched diets on rabbit aorta and aortic valve calcification.

Nathalie Donis, Liège
 

NEUROLOGIC COMPLICATIONS OF INFECTIVE ENDOCARDITIS: A four's year experience of Casablanca university hospital

Zahidi Atime Amine
 

Functional, structural and molecular characterization of a new mitral valve prolapse animal model: the FLNA-P637Q KI rat.

Constance Delwarde, Nantes
 

Global longitudinal strain by speckle-tracking echocardiography and feature-tracking cardiac magnetic resonance predicting left and right ventricular performance after mitral regurgitation repair

Karima Hami, BRUXELLES
10:45 - 12:00
Session de Posters
21 - Rythmologie, stimulation - C
   
 

Relevance and diagnostic performance of genes involved in arrhythmogenic cardiomyopathy

Adeline Goudal, Nantes
 

Is atrioventricular node ablation combined with His bundle pacing a feasible option for non-controlled atrial arrhythmia? Data from a multicentric registry

Corentin Chaumont, Rouen
 

The prevalence and risk factors for atrioesophageal fistula after percutaneous catheter ablation for atrial fibrillation : the french experience 

Philippe Maury, Toulouse
 

Genome wide association studies identifies 18 new loci associated with Brugada Syndrome

Julien Barc, Nantes, FR
 

New insights into human unexplained sudden cardiac death: localized right ventricular epicardial conduction abnormalities associated with a pathogenic SCN5A variant

Estelle Renard, Bordeaux
 

Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and left ventricular non compaction: Relationship between ventricular mass and shortened QRS duration. 

Guilllaume Domain, Toulouse
 

Regional repolarization shortening is more arrhythmogenic than regional conduction slowing in an ex vivo porcine experimental model

Estelle Renard, Bordeaux
 

His bundle pacing procedure with limited radiation exposure 

Corentin Chaumont, Rouen
 

Identification by Whole Genome Sequencing of a New Gene Causing Hereditary Sinus Node and Atrioventricular Conduction Dysfunction

Xavier Le Guillou, Nantes
 

Relations between genetic background and intracardiac scars characteristics in patients with arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy.

Hubert Delasnerie, Toulouse
 

Genechoc Study

Genetic markers of arrhythmic risk in heart failure

Soraya Anys, Nantes
 

Low T/R ratio in inferolateral leads: a new ECG marker of sudden cardiac arrest in patients with a spontaneous type 1 Brugada pattern

Antoine Delinière, Lyon
10:45 - 12:00
Session de Posters
22 - Rythmologie, stimulation - D
   
 

Activation of voltage-gated Na+ channels induces vasorelaxation of murine mesenteric arteries, unmasking a cross-talk between Nav channels, NCX exchangers and eNO-synthase

Joohee Park, Angers
 

Biophysical properties of mitochondrial calcium uniporter in metabolic syndrom

Lucile Fossier, Montpellier
 

High fat diet induces change in mitochondria respiration, activation of K-ATP channel and action potential shortening in mice

Elodie Baptista, Paris
 

REACTIVATION OF THE EPICARDIUM AT THE ORGIN OF MYOCARDIAL FIBRO-FATTY INFILTRATION DURING THE ATRIAL CARDIOMYOPATHY

Nadine Suffee, Paris
 

Study of electrophysiological, structural, and mitochondrial metabolism remodelling in a sheep model of atrial fibrillation monitored by telemetry.

Philippe Pasdois, Bordeaux
 

Kaempferol prevents atrial fibrillation in a murine model of diabetic cardiomyopathy

Sarah Colombani, Montpellier
 

High fat diet induces a metabolic syndrome in mice associated with both a shift from glycolysis to lipolysis and an adipogenic phenotype of the atria myocardium

Nadine Suffee, Paris
 

Resting and post-exercise heart rate variability in type 2 diabetes with and without cardiac autonomic neuropathy: preliminary results.

Jean-Baptiste Beaume, Chambéry
 

Does DHA open TREK-1 channels or are they NEO-PUFAs ?

Emilie Bechard, Montpellier
 

Acute hexosamine pathway activation induces cardiac arrhythmia

Matthieu Douard, Bordeaux
 

Optimising micro computed tomography imaging of large animal and human hearts at high resolution

Néstor Pallares Lupon, Bordeaux
12:00 - 12:30
Conférence
Conférence Internationale
Jérémy Fauconnier, Montpellier, FR
   
 

Mitochondrial redox regulation in heart failure

Christoph Maack, Wurtzbourg, DE
 

Discussion

12:30 - 12:45
Session clôture
Clôture du congrès
Jean-Sébastien Hulot, Paris, FR
Claire Arnaud, Grenoble, FR
Nathan Mewton, Lyon, FR
Nathalie Rosenblatt-Velin, Lausanne, CH
Gilles Barone-Rochette, Grenoble, FR
   
13:00 - 15:30
Session Réseau Avenir GRRC
   
 

13:00 - Science & Exemples de parcours - Secteur Privé & Avenir

Un parcours en start-up
Timothée Flenet, ETISENS

Un métier à l'interface public/privé
Valentine Panel, LINKSIUM (SATT), Grenoble

Parcours Académique à l'étranger
Romain Capoulade, Nantes

 

 

14:00 - Secteur Académique & Avenir

Concours Maître de Conférence /Ingénieur de Recherche à l'université
Elise Belaidi, Grenoble

Concours INSERM/CNRS : toutes vos questions
Francesca Rochais, Marseille

 

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